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        THE LONE STRIKER

      (Alfred A. Knopf) (1933), (New York) - A small pamphlet containing just the title poem and issued as Number Eight of the Borzoi Chap Books series. Crane A17: 2000 copies. This copy INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author with his initials on the blank page opposite the beginning of the text: "To Richard Hocking/from one whose life/has been spent in/questing(?) without/prejudice to anyone/or anything -- R.F./Christmas 1933." Rare with such a superb inscription. Upper right corner slightly bumped, minuscule closed tear at bottom of front cover. Near Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Marlborough. His Life and Times.

      London: George G. Harrap and Co., 1933 - 1938.. [Biography/History]. FIRST EDITIONS. 4 volumes. Octavo (24 x 17cm), pp.[4] 612; pp.651 [1]; pp.[2] 608 [2]; pp.671 [1]. With 325 illustrations, including a frontispiece to each volume, black and white plates, folding maps and battle plans, and facsimile documents. In recent burgundy half morocco with raised bands, gilt titles to spines and burgundy cloth boards. Top edges gilt. Very good indeed. The monumental biography of Winston's ancestor Sir John Churchill, First Duke of Marlborough, and Britain's greatest military strategist. As Restoration England's most talented General, he served under five Stuart and Hanoverian monarchs in campaigns such as the Franco-Dutch War, the Monmouth Rebellion, and the Glorious Revolution.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        TO A GOD UNKNOWN

      New York: Covici Friede, 1933. First Edition, Second Issue. 8vo., 325pp.; VG/VG; spine green and tan with green lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$2.50'; dust jacket has slight sunning to spine, small chipping to head and tail of spine, corners; small rip to middle of upper front edge, lower front fore corner; pages slightly age-toned; top edge of text block stained green, faded; Steinbeck's third novel; KT consignment; shelved case 2. Dupont.

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books]
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        A Green Bough

      Harrison Smith and Robert Haas 1933 - William Faulkner (1933) ‘A Green Bough’, US signed limited edition, published by Harrison Smith and Robert Haas. This is no. 333 of 360 copies printed on Milano paper. Lyn Ward provided the wood engravings. Condition: near fine. No foxing, no bumping. One stain to top of the board edges of front cover, otherwise in excellent shape. No dust jacket as issued. Faulkner’s fourth poetry collection. Faulkner won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1949. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Empty Quarter being a description of the Great South Desert of Arabia known as Rub'al Khali.

      1933 - London, Constable & Company Ltd , 1933. 8vo. Original green cloth, spine lettered in red; pp. xxiv, 433; illustrations from photographs, 3 folding maps; binding a little marked, large folding map with a few old repairs, internally a very good copy, from Harrods' circulating library (blind-stamp inside rear cover). First edition, in the secondary binding, bu to the nrown cloth more commonly found. Philby's account of his journeys across the so-called 'Empty Quarter', the desert region at the heart of the Arabian peninsular, has become a classic of the travel literature. Though not in fact the first to cross the Rub'al Khali - Bertram Thomas had beaten him to that in 1931 - Philby undertook the more arduous traverse and, in Wilfrid Thesiger's opinion, his should be regarded 'as the greater of the two'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        Extra--Rolph Justifies Lynching. Led Hanging, Boy Boasts--The Call Bulletin, San Francisco, Monday, November 27, 1933--With a Real Photo Postcard of Thurmond and Holmes Lynching

      1933 - Newspaper and Real Photo Postcard documenting the public lynching of convicted kidnappers, Thomas Thurmond and John Holmes, on November 26th, 1933 in San Jose, California. Newspaper headline is "Rolph Justifies Lynching. Led Hanging, Boy Boasts" and includes many large photographs of the lynch mob; newspaper is paginated A-D, 2-12, 15-30, measures 21 1/2" tall by 17" wide, front page is a pale pink with black lettering, interior leaves are toned newsprint with one interior leaf being pale pink; b&w, real photo postcard depicts Thurmond, partially clothed, and Holmes, unclothed, hung from a tree with onlookers nearby and measures 3 1/2" tall by 5 1/2" wide. Newspaper is in good condition with heavy wear to spine, small holes where once bound on spine, 1" closed tear in middle of spine, affecting content, moderate chipping at fore edge and heavy toning throughout; Real Photo Postcard is in very good condition with light creasing to top edge, light wear at corners and light soiling on verso. The gruesome San Jose lynching stemmed from the kidnapping and murder of Brooke Hart, the son of a local department store owner. Thomas Thurmond and John Holmes confessed to the kidnapping and murder and threats of lynching the two men began at once. As a lynch mob started to form, Governor Rolph was called upon to send the National Guard to keep the prisoners safe. He refused. Thurmond and Holmes were dragged from the Santa Clara County Jail by the angry mob and were hung from a tree in St. James Park. Afterwards, Governor Rolph justified the San Jose lynching saying it was "a fine lesson to a whole nation. There will be less kidnaping in the country now. They made a good job of it."

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        [Hong Kong & Macau Photograph Albums].

      Two photograph personal photograph albums from the collection of long-term Hong Kong resident William Stewart. Keen photographer, William Stewart, was an employee of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation in Hong Kong and Shanghai in the period between 1930s and the 1970s. These two albums portray countryside, urban environments, people together with s few photographs of those he knew and worked with in the pre-War and immediately post- WWII period.1. 80 small approximately 6 x 8cm black and white snapshots in black cloth covered photograph album "From My Camera" in gilt upper cover. Although the leaves are numbered 1 to 30, 10 leaves have been removed. Descriptions of each photo laid down onto the endpapers, a line runs through the description of the photos that have been removed. Sellotape repairs to binding where leaves have been removed, upper hinge split. Album measures 18 x 24cm.At the end of the typed description of each photograph in the first album, William Stewart states "An interesting collection taken between 1933 and 1938, when I went on my first home leave. In those days foreign staff served 5 years without a break, and then were granted one years home leave, half of which was on half-pay. Today (1972) all fairly senior staff get annual leave of some 6 weeks, flying both ways. Pre-war all travelled by sea, via the Suez, or, if serving in north China one could return to UK by the Trans Siberian Railway!"2. 107 small black and white snapshots in album laid down on 12 leaves and both endpapers. The photographs in the body of the album measure approximately 6 x 8cm whereas the 13 on the endpapers vary from approximately 6 x 8cm to 13.5 x 8.5cm in size, patterned card covers, captions in white and blue ink. Minor wear covers, very good. Album measures 19 x 28.5cmOn the inside front cover a series of three small snapshots form a delightful small detailed panorama of Cheung Chau. In the body of the album photographs taken on a journey from Great Britain to Hong Kong in 1933 show Port Said, a number of images taken on board P & O Liner Ranchi, the Suez Canal, Aden, Bombay, Colombo, Penang, Singapore, Johore, Canton, the final 52 images are of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong images dated 1933 - 1937 show a dragon procession, the harbour, Sir Wm Peel on horseback, views from Stewart's office window at the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, the Cricket club, mess etc. The eight photographs in photo corners on the lower endpaper taken later in 1946 are photos of Stanley Prison, graves at Stanley and a photograph of friends and another of showing the colonial style verandah of their house in 1941. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 159525).

      [Bookseller: Asia Bookroom]
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        Lamb in His Bosom

      New York, NY: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1933. VG/VG (Photocopy). This is a twenty-seventh printing of the First Edition. The front cover has some severe fading on spine and along the edges of the front cover. There is a little fading along the head of the back cover, the rest of the back cover has very good even color. A few spots of soiling on the front cover and spine. The binding is quite tight for a book of this age. The endpapers are whole with the gutters holding strong and completely intact, front and rear. A light line of red from cloth on covers at the head of the pastedown. The pages are bright and clean, no markings or foxing to any pages. The inscription on the title page reads, "For-------, with cordial greetings and a thank you for your kind interest. Sincerely Caroline Miller". The jacket is a photocopy, apparently added later. Nice picture of the front and back cover and the front flap; the back flap is only half the flap.The white showing around the cover is part of the photocopy. All covered with a mylar sleeve. This is not an EX-Library copy. This book is one of the hardest Pulitzer winners to find, especially signed Comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage. More pictures on request.. By Author on Title Page. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good (Photocopy). Historic Fiction/Early Georgia.

      [Bookseller: Books About The South]
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        The Winding Stair and Other Poems.

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1933. FIRST EDITION. Octavo (20 x 14cm), pp.[x]; 101. Publisher's embossed green cloth with gilt checkered design and titles to spine, edges untrimmed, in the original blue-green dust-wrapper with black pictorial decoration, priced at 6/- net.A lovely crisp example in a fresh jacket with two tiny tears and one accidental chip to crown. An exceptional copy of this important and challenging collection of verse.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        Marlborough. His Life and Times.

      London: George G. Harrap and Co., 1933-38. [Biography/History]. FIRST EDITIONS. 4 volumes. Octavo (24 x 17cm), pp.[4] 612; pp.651 [1]; pp.[2] 608 [2]; pp.671 [1]. With 325 illustrations, including a frontispiece to each volume, black and white plates, folding maps and battle plans, and facsimile documents. In publisher's purple cloth with gilt titles to spines and gilt armorial crest to upper boards. Top edges gilt. With original pastel-coloured dust-jackets with deep purple titles to spines and front covers.Remarkably near-fine copies of a set usually prone to heavy spotting, with just the very slightest hint of spotting to the edges and prelims of volume I. Some light browning to volume I jacket spine, and some chipping to head and tail; less so to volume II jacket, but with heavier browning. Jackets to volumes III and IV near-fine with just a hint of sunning to volume IV jacket and a few small closed tears to the edges of volume III jacket. Near-fine overall. The monumental biography of Winston's ancestor Sir John Churchill, First Duke of Marlborough, and Britain's greatest ever military strategist. Restoration England's most talented General, he served under five Stuart and Hanoverian monarchs in campaigns such as the Franco-Dutch War, the Monmouth Rebellion, and the Glorious Revolution.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        Le Blason. Théorie Nouvelle de L'Art Héraldique. Traité Complet de La Science Des Armoiries D'Après les Règles & Les Figures du Moyen Age avec Les Dessins de L'Auteur.

      Darantière, 1933. Un fort volume de format in 4° carré de 424 pp.; nombreuses illustrations en noir dans le texte. Reliure de l'époque en Demi maroquin mosaïqué brun à gros grains. Tête dorée; non rogné. Titre en bleu au dos. Couverture entièrement conservée. Reliure signée CH. Benoît. Très bel état pour ce traité réputé de découverte de la science héraldique. Quelques rares et pâles rousseurs dans le texte. Tirage à 975 exemplaires, celui-ci N°261 sur Vergé crème. Voir les photos.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Daniel Sciardet]
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        Dick Willoughby

      The First UK Printing published by Basil Blackwell (Oxford) in 1933 (nd). The BOOK is in Very Good++ condition. The cloth is lightly chafed at the extremities. Mild pushing at the spine ends. Gilt titling remains bright. The text block is spotted and there is also some light spotting to the pages throughout in places. The binding is a little tender at one gathering. A small previous bookseller sticker to the lower front pastedown and a previous owner's neat gift inscription to the the front blank endpaper. The full colour frontispiece is present and is very clean. The scarce WRAPPER is present and is price-clipped. It is in Very Good ++ condition. It is a little dust soiled and edge-worn with several short closed tears and a few small slivers of loss. The cover design repeats the frontispiece design. The wrapper design is by H.R. Millar and looks striking in the removable Brodart archival cover. Millar has also contributed 8 full age B/W illustrations which are all present. The second volume of Blackwell's 'Tales of Action' series and C day Lewis' first novel only preceded by two collections of poetry. He would go to write a further children's novel 'The Otterbury Incident' some 15 years later. A very scarce title in the original wrapper with there having not been any listed at auction in the last 20 years. Collectible. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

      [Bookseller: Ashton Rare Books ABA, PBFA, ILAB]
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        La condition humaine

      - Nrf, Paris 1933, 12x19cm, relié. - Prima edizione, una delle 339 copie numerate sul filo puro solo le carte dopo 1 Cina e 39 puro filo di cui reimposto. Bound in pieno marocchino rosso, colonna vertebrale sollevata su 5 bande, data dorato ruote posteriori dorate sui cappellini, guardie e contreplats di carta fatta a mano, al netto quadrupla allenare duramente i contreplats, copertine e dorsi conservati, doppia rete sui tagli, testa dorata, copertura rivestita di carta da pelle rossa e piatti preparati, contemporanea vincolante firmato Bernasconi. Fonti: librerie François Delachaux Vandaele e Georges con il loro ex libris incollato su una guardia. Molto bella copia perfettamente situato in un elegante rilegato in piena Marocco, firmato Bernasconi. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 339 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers après 1 Chine et 39 vergé pur fil réimposés. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge, dos à 5 nerfs, date dorée en queue, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, encadrement de quadruples filets dur les contreplats, couvertures et dos conservés, doubles filets sur les coupes, tête dorée, reliure de l'époque signée de Bernasconi. Ex-libris encollés sur une garde. Très bel exemplaire parfaitement établi dans une élégante reliure en plein maroquin signée de Bernasconi.

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        THE LAMENTATIONS OF JEREMIAH

      Montgomeryshire, Wales: Gregynog Press, 1933. No. 130 OF 250 COPIES, one of 110 in this binding. This is a sparkling copy of what Harrop calls "one of the most spectacular books to come from this or any other press." It was designed and illustrated by Blair Hughes-Stanton (1902-81), who studied at the school of Leon Underwood at Hammersmith and had a long and productive career producing sophisticated woodcuts as an avant-garde artist. Although he was encouraged to make his expressive, sometimes even savage, images look more like those of Eric Gill, he resisted and successfully established his unique personal style as an illustrator. From 1930 through 1933, Hughes-Stanton worked for the Gregynog Press in Wales, helping to design text layout, providing woodcut illustrations, and designing bindings. The press was founded in 1922 by two spinster sisters, Gwendoline (1882-1951) and Margaret (1884-1963) Davies, using a substantial inheritance from their industrialist grandfather; it produced 42 works between 1923 and 1942, eight of them in Welsh. Cave says that the books printed by the Gregynog Press "more than bear comparison with the work of any other private press," and "in the design and execution of bindings, the Gregynog Press was far superior to any, the Doves Press included.". 390 x 255 mm. (15 1/4 x 10"). [15] leaves. No. 130 OF 250 COPIES, one of 110 in this binding. Fine original dark slate blue Oasis morocco, device in blind on front cover, blind titling on front cover and spine. In the original paper slipcase. Wood engraved title with device, and 21 wood engravings in the text, five of them full-page chapter openings, by Blair Hughes-Stanton. Printed in blue and black on Japanese vellum. Harrop 29; De Zilverdistel Cat. II, 29; Hughes-Stanton 21. IN VIRTUALLY MINT CONDITION, even the original insubstantial slipcase very fine.This is a sparkling copy of what Harrop calls "one of the most spectacular books to come from this or any other press." It was designed and illustrated by Blair Hughes-Stanton (1902-81), who studied at the school of Leon Underwood at Hammersmith and had a long and productive career producing sophisticated woodcuts as an avant-garde artist. Although he was encouraged to make his expressive, sometimes even savage, images look more like those of Eric Gill, he resisted and successfully established his unique personal style as an illustrator. From 1930 through 1933, Hughes-Stanton worked for the Gregynog Press in Wales, helping to design text layout, providing woodcut illustrations, and designing bindings. The press was founded in 1922 by two spinster sisters, Gwendoline (1882-1951) and Margaret (1884-1963) Davies, using a substantial inheritance from their industrialist grandfather; it produced 42 works between 1923 and 1942, eight of them in Welsh. Cave says that the books printed by the Gregynog Press "more than bear comparison with the work of any other private press," and "in the design and execution of bindings, the Gregynog Press was far superior to any, the Doves Press included."

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Baird of Television The Life Story of John Logie Baird

      Portrait frontispiece, illustrations. First edition. 8vo., cloth, top edge stained blue, pictorial dust jacket. London, Seeley Service and Co. Ltd.

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.]
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        The Hound of Death.

      London Odhams Press 1933 - First edition, 8vo., original burgundy cloth, usual slight dulling to spine lettering, dust-jacket, some rubbing and creasing to lower edge of upper panel and spine end and upper edge of rear panel, professional restoration to lower fore-corner of upper panel, otherwise a superior example of this highly sought after title. A collection of twelve stories, only ever published together thus in the UK, with this edition published by Odhams preceding that issued by Christie's normal publishers Collins. Many of the stories involve an element of the supernatural or paranormal, strikingly intimated by the suitably macabre dust-jacket design. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        Give Your Heart to the Hawks

      New York: Random House, 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. First edition, first printing. Signed by Robinson Jeffers with an inscription to a previous owner on the front free end paper. Very Good with fading to cloth along bottom edge and spine, mustiness to pages, bookseller ticket to rear paste down. In a Very Good spine-toned dust jacket, lightly edgeworn with fraying at the crown and a short tear to the rear panel; soiling, and several small stains.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Drôle de voyage

      - Nrf, Paris 1933, 12x19cm, broché. - Prima edizione, una delle 97 copie numerate sul filo puro solo le carte. morsi molto piccoli senza grvité sul retro. copia rara di questo libro dedicato Victoria Ocampo. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 97 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Infimes piqûres sans grvité sur le dos. Rare exemplaire de cet ouvrage dédié Victoria Ocampo.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet]
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        THE LAMENTATIONS OF JEREMIAH

      Montgomeryshire, Wales: Gregynog Press, 1933. No. 130 OF 250 COPIES, one of 110 in this binding. This is a sparkling copy of what Harrop calls "one of the most spectacular books to come from this or any other press." It was designed and illustrated by Blair Hughes-Stanton (1902-81), who studied at the school of Leon Underwood at Hammersmith and had a long and productive career producing sophisticated woodcuts as an avant-garde artist. Although he was encouraged to make his expressive, sometimes even savage, images look more like those of Eric Gill, he resisted and successfully established his unique personal style as an illustrator. From 1930 through 1933, Hughes-Stanton worked for the Gregynog Press in Wales, helping to design text layout, providing woodcut illustrations, and designing bindings. The press was founded in 1922 by two spinster sisters, Gwendoline (1882-1951) and Margaret (1884-1963) Davies, using a substantial inheritance from their industrialist grandfather; it produced 42 works between 1923 and 1942, eight of them in Welsh. Cave says that the books printed by the Gregynog Press "more than bear comparison with the work of any other private press," and "in the design and execution of bindings, the Gregynog Press was far superior to any, the Doves Press included.". 390 x 255 mm. (15 1/4 x 10"). [15] leaves. No. 130 OF 250 COPIES, one of 110 in this binding. Fine original dark slate blue Oasis morocco, device in blind on front cover, blind titling on front cover and spine. In the original paper slipcase. Wood engraved title with device, and 21 wood engravings in the text, five of them full-page chapter openings, by Blair Hughes-Stanton. Printed in blue and black on Japanese vellum. Harrop 29; De Zilverdistel Cat. II, 29; Hughes-Stanton 21. IN VIRTUALLY MINT CONDITION, even the original insubstantial slipcase very fine. This is a sparkling copy of what Harrop calls "one of the most spectacular books to come from this or any other press." It was designed and illustrated by Blair Hughes-Stanton (1902-81), who studied at the school of Leon Underwood at Hammersmith and had a long and productive career producing sophisticated woodcuts as an avant-garde artist. Although he was encouraged to make his expressive, sometimes even savage, images look more like those of Eric Gill, he resisted and successfully established his unique personal style as an illustrator. From 1930 through 1933, Hughes-Stanton worked for the Gregynog Press in Wales, helping to design text layout, providing woodcut illustrations, and designing bindings. The press was founded in 1922 by two spinster sisters, Gwendoline (1882-1951) and Margaret (1884-1963) Davies, using a substantial inheritance from their industrialist grandfather; it produced 42 works between 1923 and 1942, eight of them in Welsh. Cave says that the books printed by the Gregynog Press "more than bear comparison with the work of any other private press," and "in the design and execution of bindings, the Gregynog Press was far superior to any, the Doves Press included."

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        The Winding Stair and Other Poems

      First edition. 8vo., original blue cloth, with design by T.Sturge Moore stamped in gilt on spine and in blind on upper cover, dust jacket. London, Macmillan.

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        Maryland in the World War 1917-1919: Military and Naval Service Records

      Baltimore: Maryland War Records Commission, 1933. Fine. First edition. Three volumes. Quartos. 2355pp., (paginated continuously). Blue cloth gilt. Historical society bookplate in each volume, else fine. Massive compilation, complete with the map volume.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        THE TRAGEDY OF RUSSIA - IMPRESSIONS FROM A BRIEF VISIT

      New York: Simon & Schuster, 1933. First Edition. 8vo., 164pp.; VG/VG-; spine faded green with red and black lettering; dust jacket now protected with a mylar covering; dust jacted bumping to corners, upper 1/4 inch of spine missing, lettering untouched, tail of spine has some chipping, spine has a crease and scratches; text clean; price uncut; shelved case 9. Dupont.

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books]
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        MAGIC CARPET MAGAZINE

      Indianapolis, IN: Popular Fiction Publishing Company, 1933. A fine copy. (20559). Octavo, single issue, cover by Margaret Brundage, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Deutsches Autorecht. Juristisches Organ des Allgemeinen Deutschen Automobil-Clubs. 1) 6. Jahrgang 1931. 24 Hefte (cpl.) 2) 7. Jahrgang 1932 21 Hefte (cpl.) 3) 8. Jahrgang 1933 12 Hefte (cpl.) 4) 9. Jahrgang 1934 12 Hefte (cpl.) 5) 10. Jahrgang 1935 12 Hefte (cpl.) 6) 11. Jahrgang 1936 12 Hefte (cpl.) 7) 12. Jahrgang 1937 12 Hefte (cpl.) 8) 13. Jahrgang 1938 12 Hefte + Sonderbeilage (cpl.) 9) 14. Jahrgang 1939 12 Hefte (cpl.) 10) 15. Jahrgang 1940 12 Hefte (cpl.)

      München - Berlin, Münchener Druck- u. Verlagshaus / ab 1933 Datterer & Cie 1931 bis 1940. 0 4° - ca. 1600 S. als Halbleinen m. Rücken-Schild fest gebunden, sehr gute Exemplare, ohne Einträge (keine Bibliotheksexemplare) Zehn komplette Jahrgänge. (alle in neuer. lat. Schrift, keine Fraktur) Versand D: 5,00 EUR ADAC, D.D.A.C., Auto-Recht, Jus, Periodika

      [Bookseller: Galerie & Antiquariat Kyra Maralt]
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        Twelve Days.

      London: Arthur Barker Ltd.,, [1933]. With a foreword by B. H. Liddell Hart, and eight drawings by Stanley Cursiter. Octavo. Original black buckram, titles gilt to spine and front, top edge black. Colour plates by Cursiter. Spine somewhat rolled, very light rubbing to ends and corners, light spotting to edges and occasionally within, front hinge just split at the tail, but a very good copy. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to one of his company officers, "To George Hall, with every good wish and in memory of so many happy days spent together in 1916-1917 from Sidney Rogerson, Nov 14th 1933". Hall was one of Rogerson's two company officers, and is ever-present in the text - he is introduced on page 4: "George Hall was a very different type. Whereas Mac and I were in our very early twenties, he was over thirty - a real Yorkshireman, stubborn, stolid, and cheerful. After many years of service in the ranks of the regiment he had been commissioned, and made a very conscientious, dependable officer." Liddell Hart notes in his foreword that the book "deals with the 'fag-end' of the Battles of the Somme in 1916..." but "recreates the normal atmosphere of a Battalion in war more truly than anything else I have read.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        LAntitandecircte

      First edition. 8vo., original wrappers, acetate dust wrapper, preserved in a folding box. Paris, Editions des Cahiers Libres.

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        The architectural work of Graham Anderson Probst & White, Chicago, and their predecessors D. H. Burnham & Co. and Graham Burnham & Co.

      Privately printed for Graham Anderson Probst & White by B. t. Batsford Ltd., London, 1933 No. 235 of 300 copies (total edition). Nine years in the making, this spectacular publication was given away. From the colophon: "This edition printed for gratuitous private circulation is limited to three hundred copies of two volumes each of which this is number 235 and is presented to Aldis J. Browne with the compliments of Marvin G. Probst [signed] and Edward E. Probst [signed]." 2 volumes bound in brown morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe with marbled endpapers, in two slipcases; t.e.g.; 41 x 29 cm (leaf size) / 42 x 32 cm (covers). Printed one side only. **Volume 1: leaves 1-13 include the title page, the limitation notice, 4 leaves of foreword by Ernest R. Graham, 2 leaves of prefatory note and acknowledgment, and 5 of content[s], the rest of the volume is devoted to plates 1-187 and illustrates "museums, auditoriums, railway terminals, public buildings, libraries, department stores,hotels, electric and stam plants, wholesale warehouses; and includes a memorial, an observatory, a hospital group and a manufacturing plant." 189 captioned plates printed one side in sepia photogravure follow (total includes plates 99A and 114A). Among the many great buildings shown are: the Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium, and the Civic Opera House and Orchestra Hall, all in Chicago; the Union Stations in Chicago and Washington; and the Marshall Field Stores in Chicago and environs. Volume 2: title page and 6 leaves of contents, followed by 200 plates numbered 188-386 (including 282A} that illustrate bank buildings and office buildings, including the Wrigley Building in Chicago, and the Flatiron Building in New York, plus a 1-page colophon. Aldis Jerome Browne (1886-1961) was a major figure in Chicago real estate and development circles. This copy came from his grandson, Aldis Jerome Browne III. A superior set. A trace of rubbing on both spines; a minuscule repair to the leather at the top front corner of vol. 1; a few tiny breaks in the gilt borders on vol. 1; both slipcases worn and with some sunning and a couple of partly split seams. Unmarked and flawless internally. Please inquire about payment options before ordering. **Free domestic shipping with direct order.

      [Bookseller: Laurence McGilvery]
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        Prelude to a Million Years: A Book of Wood Engravings

      New York: Equinox Cooperative Press, 1933. First edition. Very good +. SIGNED. Octavo [22 cm] Handbound with a black string-tie binding, 1/4 copper foil with black star-patterned decorative boards, and an embossed title on the spine. Matching decorative pastedowns. Light wear to the covers; endpapers slightly offset. Missing the foil slipcase. Dance 008. A story told entirely via wood engravings by the author. This edition was limited to 920 signed and numbered copies, this is copy 421. Signed on the limitation page by Lynd Ward. This is the fourth of six wordless novels that Ward produced between 1929-1937.

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Song of the Eagle [The Beer Story] (Original screenplay for the 1933 film, producer Harry Joe Brown's presentation copy, with stills and notations throughout)

      Los Angeles: Paramount, 1933. Draft script for the 1933 film "Song of the Eagle," seen here partially under the early working title "The Beer Story." Presentation copy belonging to uncredited producer Harry Joe Brown, with his name in gilt titles to the front board, presumably gifted to Brown by prop man William Carr, as the script itself has Carr's ownership name in holograph pencil on the title page. Throughout the script are Carr's notations, accompanied by 17 black-and-white film stills on tipped-in leaves. Otto Hoffman (Jean Hersholt) and his sons, Bill (Richard Allen) and August (George Meeker), own a successful brewery, until August dies in World War I and Prohibition forces the brewery to close. The Hoffman's brew a "near-beer" beverage to keep the business out of bankruptcy, but soon the brewery is overcome by gangsters, and Otto is killed for refusing to sell out. Bill is forced to break the bad news to his mother, Emma, who in a fit of loss and rage, kills the lead gangster. The script was written in early 1933, the same year Prohibition was repealed, and the "near-beer" brewed by the Hoffman's foreshadows the 3.2 percent beer (thought to be too low an alcohol concentration to be intoxicating) and wine, authorized for legal sale by the Cullen-Harrison Act, signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 22, 1933. The Twenty-first Amendment was fully ratified on December 5, 1933, repealing Federal laws enforcing Prohibition. "Song of the Eagle," like the same year's "The Little Giant" with Edward G. Robinson, would be one of the last films made about Prohibition before its repeal. Brown full sheepskin boards with gilt titles. Distribution page present, with receipt removed. Title page present, dated February 1933, with credits for screenwriters Towne and Baker, director Murphy, and producers Rogers and Brown. 130 leaves, mimeograph, with black and white publicity photos laid in throughout. Very Good.

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        Schweizer Exlibris bis zum Jahre 1900

      Zurich, Schweizer Bibliophilen Gesellschaft, 1933-1937. Two volumes (32 × 24 cm), I: viii, 403 pp. II: xii, 432 pp., 135 plates, 38 plates showing heraldic outlines. Uniformly bound in publisher's beige cloth. - A catalogue of more than 8000 Swiss bookplates, compiled by a prominent collector whose own collection is now in the University Library of Basel. Edition limited to 600 copies (this is no. 52 of 225 numbered copies distributed to the Société Suisse des bibliophiles). ¶ From the auction sale of the Handbibliothek L'Art Ancien, Zürich, conducted by F. Zisska & R. Kistner, Munich, 27-28 March 1984, lot 462. Spines lettered in pencil (A-L, M-Z); otherwise a fine, unmarked copy.

      [Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books]
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        CENTRAL VEREIN ZEITUNG. BLÄTTER FÜR DEUTSCHTUM UND JUDENTUM : ORGAN DES CENTRAL-VEREINS DEUTSCHER STAATSBÜRGER JÜDISCHEN GLAUBENS. VOL XII, NR 32 (AUG 10, 1933)- VOL XIII, NR 52 (DEC 28 1934). UNBROKEN RUN OF 72 WEEKLY ISSUES FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE NAZI PERIOD

      Berlin : Central-Verein,(1933-34). 1st edition. Period cloth. Large Foilo (Full size newspaper), generally 8 pages per issue. Loaded with photos. The Central Verein Zeitung ran 17 volumes before being shut down following Kristallnacht in November of 1938. "The Centralverein deutscher Staatsbürger jüdischen Glaubens...(Central Association of German Citizens of Jewish Faith) was founded by German Jewish intellectuals on 26 March 1893 in Berlin, with the intention of opposing the rise of antisemitism in the German Empire....The CV's aim was to unify German citizens of Jewish faith, to fight for the Jews' rights as citizens and to combat rising antisemitism. Commitment to the German Nation was an important part of the CV's agenda - the members saw themselves primarily as German citizens with their own religion. Consequently, the CV repudiated Zionism.Beginning in 1922, the CV published a weekly newspaper, called 'C.V.-Zeitung' (C.V.-Newspaper) and continued fighting the rising antisemitic threat. Through publications and conversations with the President of Germany Paul von Hindenburg and economic leaders the CV tried to call attention to the threat. In 1926 there were approximately 60,000 members.In 1928 the 'Büro Wilhelmstrasse' (Wilhelmstrasse Office) was created with instrumental support of Alfred Wiener. It documented Nazi activities and issued anti-Nazi materials until 1933, when Hitler came to power. During the Nazi era, the CV was forced to change its name several times. From 1936 onwards it was called 'Jüdischer Central Verein' (Jewish Central Association). After the Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass or November Pogrom) in 1938 the CV had to stop publishing its newspaper and the association was prohibited a short time later" (Wikipedia, 2017). Though microfilms/digital exist, hardcopies are scarce, with OCLC listing only the National Library of Sweden with holdings. Paper brown and fragile as expected, especially at outer margins, but paper remains usable and displayable. Binding likewise remains solid. Good Condition thus. (Ger-60-1)

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books]
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        Down and Out in Paris and London

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1933. Cloth. Very Good. A solid, very presentable copy of the 1933 true 1st edition of George Orwell's first published sustained work. A very important first book and a major achievement in the 20th century literature of poverty. Tight and VG in its dark cloth, with bright, still-crisp titling along the spine. Very light soiling to the panels and slight cocking at the spine. Save for light foxing to the preliminaries and along the fore-edge, there's no writing or markings of any kind internally. Thick 12mo, 288 pgs.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        Gentlemen, I Address You Privately

      New York: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas, 1933 - First Edition. A fine copy in dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., A.B.A.A.]
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        Riesengebirge - Isergebirge - Breslau

      Europa Orts & Landeskunde - 21. Auflage - , XXXII S. + 202 S.+ 12 S. Anhang " Nützliche Adressen 1933 - 1934 " + 9 Karten ,12 Pläne, 2 Rundsichten + die vielfach gefaltete farbige lose Karte in der Kartentasche vorhanden , Originalganzleinen mit schönem deutlich erkennbaren Deckel - und Rückentitel, minimal berieben , Erhaltung 1 - schönes straffes Exemplar !

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Alfred Tauchnitz]
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        Tainstvennaia natsiia (Iaponiia) [The mysterious nation - Japan; An Unknown Nation]

      Harbin: Mech Gedeona, 1933. Octavo (20 × 14 cm). Original printed wrappers; 119 pp. Very good; text evenly toned due to stock; very discrete repairs to spine extremities. Russian translation of this 1933 work by Nakada, a Japanese protestant minister and the first bishop of the Japan Holiness Church. Influenced by the Christian Zionist William E. Blackstone and Nicholas McLeod, Nakada argued that the Japanese were descended from the ten lost tribes of Israel and that Israel would be restored through the Japanese. Nakada's theory was used, in part, to justify the nationalist and militaristic discourse of the Japanese Empire prior to World War II. Nakada was one of the most influential evangelists in the 1920s, who also toured the United States, but his controversial views later led to a schism in the Holiness Church. Scarce: KVK, OCLC show the copies at Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, and Hebrew Union College (with just two copies outside Japan, the original English edition is apparently equally scarce).

      [Bookseller: Penka Rare Books, ILAB]
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        Give Your Heart to the Hawks

      New York: Random House, 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. First edition, first printing. Signed by Robinson Jeffers with an inscription to a previous owner on the front free end paper. Very Good with fading to cloth along bottom edge and spine, mustiness to pages, bookseller ticket to rear paste down. In a Very Good spine-toned dust jacket, lightly edgeworn with fraying at the crown and a short tear to the rear panel; soiling, and several small stains.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Ausstellung / Expozitia / Kiállítás Hotel New York

      [S.n.], [Cluj-Napoca, Kolozsvár] 1933 - Linocut. With Anastase Demian's image. Original, vintage graphical poster. 31.5 × 47 cm. Exhibition poster of the collective show of Romanian-Transylvanian Artists in Cluj-Napoca, in 1933. Catul Bogdan, Aurel Ciupe, Emil Cornea, Anastase Demian, Romul Ladeá, Eugen Servatius (Jeno Szervátisz), Sándor Szolnay and Walther Widmann were represented at the exhibition, held at Hotel New. Folded twice. A contemporary Romanian stamp mounted on recto, with no effect on printing. A water stain to the upper edge. Otherwise in fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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        Pine Forest in Snow. Also called: Trees and Snow.

      [San Francisco, Calif.?], 1933.(). Photograph. Silver print. 19 x 15 inches. Printed prior to the 1960 Sierra Club Edition (Portfolio III; edition of 208). Reproduced in: Yosemite by Andrea Stillman: Little Brown, 1995. as plate No. 64. Mounted on board 28 x 22 inches, with some air bubbling between the two. Bears a pencil signature beneath the image on the mount, which appears not to be in the artist's hand. From the estate of the artist and educator Millard Owen Sheets. The reproduction on our web site is lighter than the original.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Light in August. A novel.

      Chatto & Windus, London(1933). The first UK edition. 8vo. 480pp. Red cloth lettered in gold at spine and with the publisher's red top edge stain. Edges lightly spotted. A small area of discolouration to the base of the upper board, and a little fading to the cloth at the head and base of the backstrip where the dust wrapper is defective. A narrow strip of light partial browning to endpapers and a hint of very light spotting to one or two leaf margins. A small bump to the lower corner of the rear board impacts the corners of the last two or three leaves. A nice crisp copy in a somewhat distressed example of the uncommon Walter Goetz-designed dust wrapper, non-price-clipped but a little spotted, tanned at spine panel, chafed and with several short tears and half a dozen areas of edge loss, primarily to the spine ends and upper edge. This copy from the library of noted man of letters Bonamy Dobrée, with his inked signature to the front free endpaper, and also a tiny Poetry Bookshop plate to the base of the front pastedown. The author's seventh novel, a Southern Gothic classic, originally published in the US in 1932 in a print run of 11,000 copies, with this significantly more uncommon English edition appearing a year later in a print run of 2,500 copies.. Book Condition: Good. Binding: Hardcover. Jacket: Fair

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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        Autograph Draft Letter Signed in the third person ("Mr. H.G. Wells"), protesting his treatment by an American interviewer

      Easton Glebe, Dunmow, n.d.. 1 p. pen and ink on personal stationery. Small 4to. Single sheet, toned unevenly, small tape repair to bottom verso not affecting text. 1 p. pen and ink on personal stationery. Small 4to. "Mr. H.G. Wells complains bitterly of the activities of your American interviewer..." Wells writes a heated letter of protest to an unidentified editor, and ends with a threat. In full: "Mr. H.G. Wells complains bitterly of the activities of your American interviewer who has taken passages from his books, hacked them about, interpolated colloquialisms, inserted nasty suggestions by way of spice & presented them to the public as his conversation. How, he asks, is one to keep square with one's public if this sort of thing is done? Life is too short for the worry & labour of a libel action or for pursuing the offending interviewer round & about the world with screams of repudiation. Unless, he adds darkly, the thing becomes intolerable." Sold with a 5 x 7 inch photograph of a much more relaxed (drunk?) Wells with Brigit Patmore in the courtyard of Elizabeth, Countess Russell at Mougins in 1933, taken by Derek Patmore, according to an ink caption on the verso.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Modern Man In Search Of A Soul "The Pioneering Founder of Analytical Psychology"

      London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1933 First edition in English of Jung's breakthrough collection of eleven early works, marking the line "between his own and the other schools of psychology and psychotherapy" (New York Times), with eight appearing in English for the first time."Jung was the pioneering founder of analytical psychology"(Tacey ed. Jung Reader, 2). With Freud and Adler, Jung "influenced western man's thinking as it had not been influenced since the publication of Origin of the Species in 1859" (New YorkTimes). He was responsible for "many terms we now consider common parlances, such as the 'archetype,' the 'unconscious and the 'collective unconscious'... 'introvert' and 'extravert,'t two main divisions of his 'personality types'... 'anima' and'animus'" (Bair). Book fine; mild toning, lightest edge-wear,tiny bit of early tape reinforcement to verso of near-fine dustjacket.First edition in English of Jung's breakthrough collection of eleven early works, marking the line "between his own and the other schools of psychology and psychotherapy" (New York Times), with eight appearing in English for the first time.

      [Bookseller: Bell's Books]
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        The Farmer's Year;: A calendar of English Husbandry

      New York: Longmans, Green 1933 - Text and wood engravings by Leighton. Folio: 15 in. x 12 in. 54 pp. Illustrated with 12 full-age, b/w engravings, and smaller engravings throughout. Black cloth over boards. Gilt titling on spine and on front cover; the cover also has a design in gilt. In a black cloth covered slipcase showing a little wear at the corners and the fore-edge. A title label on gold paper is attached to one of the slipcase covers. Light age-spotting to the covers of the book and of the slipcase. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        To A God Unknown

      New York: Robert O. Ballou(1933). Signed and extensively inscribed by the author on an accompanying postcard. Fine 1st edition, 1st printing book, in a Fine 1st issue dustjacket with $2.00 price intact on lower front flap. Only 598 copies were printed by Ballou in 1933 (who went out of business after printing those 598 copies) and the book didn't have another edition till it was reprinted in 1935 by Covici Friede and Heinemann in the U.K. Tight and unread book with no previous owner markings, no soiling, clean page edges and the black upper page edges are very evenly dark and unspotted. There's just a tiny bit of softening to the binding cloth at spine ends, a tiny rectangular shadow to the cloth at the spine front-side lower edge and just a hint of bumping to upper binding corners to keep it from being As New. It is bound in light green cloth with still bright gilt lettering on the spine. The dustjacket has one tiny edge nick lower front-side spine end that's professionally repaired internally, and slight toning to the spine lettering but no fading or toning of other spine colors. Truly beautiful with no tears, chips or fading. The book comes with a postcard written by Steinbeck in 1952, very clear writing and signature and quite a lengthy inscription to a young woman who was collecting author signatures who was also involved in 4H activities. She had written Steinbeck about trying to win a trophy and he quotes her his favorite motto in both Spanish and English of 'If you don't want to fly beware of wings' and talks to her of 'food became more important than fame' and that he'd tried once to sell his trophy. The postcard was sent from Steinbeck's New York City 72nd St. address and has 'Steinbeck' as part of the printed sender's address on the card. It is in Near Fine condition - a few tiny age-toned areas, one corner tip that had been turned down at some point (no material loss), a tiny pin prick upper middle edge, and a tiny crimp (no material loss) to the lower edge. The postcard is safeguarded now in a removable archival heavy-duty (16 gauge, so stiff enough not to need a backing board) removable clear holder that lets you see both sides of the card while in the holder. Also included is a custom clamshell case, bronze spine label, with a patterned-design outside cloth covering complementing the book's dustjacket and a fully lined ivory-colored soft flannel interior. The card in its holder is housed in an ivory-colored soft flannel flapped-closure pocket built onto the inside of the upper lid of the case, with the ivory flannel overall just a bit age-darkened. The book's dustjacket is in a removable, clear mylar dustjacket protecter. Rare examples of both a Steinbeck inscription and signature, and of Steinbeck's 3rd book - which is his most scarce book to find in collector condition. ; 7-5/8" x 5"; 325 pages; Signed by Author, 10, 20, F/F

      [Bookseller: Authors & Artists]
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        MINOTAURE. Du numéro 1 au numéro 13 avec 2 numéros doubles 3/4 et 11/12.

      Paris, Albert Skira, juin 1933-mai 1939. 13 numéros en trois volumes in-4. Demi veau havane à coins, dos à nerfs, pièces de titres, titres dorés. Couvertures en couleurs conservées. 11 livraisons (avec deux numros double 3/4 et 11/12) reliées en COLLECTION COMPLETE DE L'UNE DES PLUS CELEBRES REVUES SURREALISTES PARAISSANT CINQ FOIS PAR AN. Fameuse revue d'Art lancée par Albert Skira à laquelle collaborèrent pour les sujets suivant : Arts plastiques - Poésie - Musique - Architecture - Ethnographie et Mythologie - Spectacles - Etudes et observations psychanalitiques : Georges Bataille, André Breton, Roger Caillois, René Crevel, Paul Eluard, Jean Giono, Heine, Kafka, Jacques Lacan, Michel Leiris, Mabille, Man Ray, Michaux, Péret, Reverdy, Tériade, Tzara, Ubac, etc... Chaque livraison, richement illustrée de reproductions en noir et en couleur, dans et hors texte, est dotée d'une couverture illustrée par Arp, Bellmer, Brassaï, Chirico, Dali, Derain, Duchamp, Ernst, Hugnet, Klee, Man Ray, Masson, Matisse, Miro, Picasso,... COMPET DE L'ENSEMBLE DES COUVERTURES, DES 4 FRONTISPICES DES N° 3-4/5/6 et 7, et 28 planches hors texte dont une dépliante.

      [Bookseller: Livres de A à Z - Beatrice Bablon]
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        THE JEWISH TRIBUNE : THE ORGAN OF INDIAN JEWRY 1933-1936. VOLS I-III. 36 ISSUES. RARE THREE-YEAR RUN [COMPLETE THUS] WITH VERY EARLY (1934) USE OF THE TERM "HOLOCAUST" [INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR]

      Bombay(1933-1936). 1st Edition. 4to. Later Blue Boards with Original Wrappers bound inside for each issue. A full run of the first 3 years of "The Jewish Tribune, " from the year 1933 to 1936. 36 issues in total running about 1100 pages. Note that though these are consecutive they are marked as Volumes 1, 2, and 6. Includes a 1934 article titled, "The Holocaust in Germany, " an EXTREMELY early use of this term to describe the growing attacks on the Jews of Germany by the Nazis. This rare run of the first three years of Bombay's first Zionist periodical is inscribed by Joseph Sargon, who worked as managing editor of the Jewish Tribune during the publication of these issues. "Born and educated in Bombay, Mr. Sargon came to the United States in 1939 (land lived in Brookline) after serving as managing editor of the Bombay Jewish Tribune for 13 years. During his world travels, he interviewed and wrote articles about Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru and other figures. ..." (Boston Globe, 1990) The Bombay Tribune was established by the nephews of Nissim Elias Benjamin Ezra. "N. E. B. Ezra, was a Baghdadi Jewish publisher and Zionist based in Shanghai. He founded the Shanghai Zionist Association in 1903 and its official newspaper, Israel's Messenger, one of China's oldest and most sophisticated Jewish periodicals... Influenced by Ezra, his nephews started the newspaper Jewish Tribune in Bombay, India. " (Wikipeida, 2017) These 36 issues of the Tribune include the 1st appearance of many articles and editorials from some of the leading Jewish thinkers from across the world including: NEB Ezra, Bernard S. Deutsch, Rabbi Julius J. Price, Haham Moses Gaster, Emanuel Neumann, Israel Cohen, Khan Bahadur Jackson B. Israel, Jl Magnes, Samuel Magnus, David Sassoon, Rabbi Leo Jung, Jl Landau, Rabbi Schlesinger, Laszlo Schwartz, Louis Golding, Jh Hertz (Then Chief Rabbi Of British Empire) , Jacob De Haas, Rabbi D. De Sola Pool, Edward Jacobs, Mrs. Israel Davidson, Lily Tobias, H. Pereira Mendez, Rabbi Benjamin Ouziel, and Cyrus Adler. Includes a few early reporting articles about Nazi Anti-Semitism, early reporting on the 1934 Nepal-Bihar Earthquake, and a few articles about Mahatma Gandhi, among other topics of Jewish and Zionist interest. Period Advertisements throughout. OCLC lists 12 copies worldwide. Ex-library with Jewish Institutional Bookplate and Usual Markings. Inscribed by Sargon on the Front-End Page. Also includes Sargons' Personal Bookplate/Nametag. Damp Stains throughout and pages are wavy. Some edgewear. Overall in good condition. (SEF-55-8B)

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        AMIAMOCI IN FRETTA

      MONDADORI, VERONA 1933 - ITALIANO Brossura editoriale illustrata a colori da G.Cisari, ingiallita, con fioritura, bordi stanchi e strappetto al piede, pagine lievemente ingiallite ai bordi, con illustrazioni in nero nei testi e bordi non rifilati

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        LE ODI E IL GIORNO

      S.LATTES & C, TORINO 1933 - ITALIANO Scelta e commento di Carlo Curto, con VI tavole illustrative fuori testo, ad uso delle scuole medie, ritratto del Parini all'antiporta, pagine con bruniture del tempo e con fioriture sparse, tavole in nero fuori testo, brossura editoriale ingiallita, con fioritura ed usura ai bordi

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